Robert Devaney

Emancipation Day Celebrates African-American History and More

Despite concerns about public security after the Boston Marathon bombings, D.C.'s Emancipation Day parade and celebrations went off without a hitch April 16.

Biz Group Meets at Smith Point

Members and guests of the Georgetown Business Association met at the cool, preppy hot spot--Smith Point--April 17.

Hate Crime at Georgetown? Dahlgren Chapel Vandalized

Vandalism at Georgetown University's historic Dahlgren Chapel stuns campus and those going to Sunday Mass April 14.

Ballet's 'Moveable Feast' Gala Gets Everyone Moving

A beautiful gala in a beautiful building: the Washington Ballet puts on a memorable performance April 12.

Jack's Boathouse Will Close, Owner Says

"At some point, you can't fight the Feds," said Jack's Boathouse owner Paul Simkin. "We [Jack's Boathouse ...

7-Eleven Designs for Wisconsin & O Store Criticized

Oh, thank heaven for . . . on second thought, go to . . . or, at least, design school, say critics of the proposed look ...

Bouvier House Sells for $8.6 Million

An O Street house, built in 1874 and once owned by the mother of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, has sold for ...

Bonhams Offers Appraisals, Auction Highlights, April 27, 28

As if the last week in April were not busy enough, Bonhams will exhibit auction items and offer free appraisals ...

Capella So Luxe It Requires Several Debuts

A few floral ribbon-cuttings later, the Georgetown Capella is settling into its intimate spot on 31st Street, next to the ...

Capella So Luxe It Requires Several Debuts

The super-luxe Capella Hotel on 31st Street has been celebrating its debut for more than a week.

Jack's Boathouse Surrenders

After months of conflict with the National Park Service, Jack's Boathouse owner Paul Simkin has made his peace. Jack's will depart its Georgetown shoreline.

Martin's Tavern at 80 with Mayor as Bartender

It is a Georgetown landmark and the oldest family-owner restaurant in Washington, D.C. Martin's Tavern kicked off its 80th anniversary with a party for its biggest fans.

Mayor's 2014 Budget Shows Confidence, Includes Money for Streetcars, Libraries

Whether it is the budget, new businesses or baseball, things are looking very good for D.C.

Blues Alley: Talk of Moving or Staying?

The landmark Blues Alley was the subject of a Washington Business Journal report April 1 that got Georgetowners concerned about its status.

At-large Candidates Meet April 1 at Tony & Joe's

Head to Tony & Joe's April 1 to meet the at-large District Council candidates in the April 23 special election.

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